Thursday, May 10, 2012

Proud Mommy Moments...Times Three....

I haven't participated in couple of weeks and now I have some bragging to do.  I may have to widen the doors in my house after this post, but not for me...for them!

This girl is turning into a remarkable young woman.  Sometimes I forget she is only 14.  Yes, Kristin only 14.  She likes to take care of me when I am down.  She won't miss school unless she is on death's door.  She went to school on Monday to finish state testing(and to see him) despite being right at that very door of death.  Yeah, I am proud of her.  She also stands up for her friends.  Her BFF has a glass eye, and when someone made fun of that, she about tore that kid a knew one.  She might have scared her man a little too. But that is okay.  It shows she is not to be crossed.  I love her.

 Oh this girl is my trial, my puzzle, and I have to say I am proud of her.  She struggles with school.  Going is our biggest fight.  But she goes.  It is never easy for either one of us.  But she does it.  She is funny, kind, and helpful.  And darn, but she is growing up too.

Ryan has a hard time being still for more than 1 second.  School is rough.  Despite that fact, he is one of the top students in the class.  And he was just awarded "Reader of the Month."  I was super impressed with that. 

What are your proud moments?  Link up with Emmymom and Kmama.





7 comments:

MiMi said...

Aww, all great mommy moments! Brag away!

Emmy said...

Good for Kristin! It is awful what some kids tease about.
And go Ryan! That is great. And Emily will do good things- she has to with a name like she has :)

Thank you so much for linking up

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Based on this and so many other things I've read, I'd say you most definitely have children of whom you should be very proud!

becca said...

gorgeous kids and way to go mom you totally get bragging rights you done did good

mormonhermitmom said...

I'm busy breaking up a sibling fight so... no bragging here but GREAT JOB at school kids! You have every right to brag

Nicole said...

Awe such great things to commend them on. And I so want a daughter like Kristin, goes to school unless on her death bed. i was that way. My husband on the other hand was a hard one to get to school and then he slept through classes. Oy, right there we are complete opposites.

Kmama said...

What a testament to you that your kids are doing so well. That's awesome.

Thanks for linking up!